IPAF looks for new recruits

05 October 2015

The International Powered Access Federation (IPAF) is looking for two part-time representatives, one in Turkey and one in the Nordic/Scandinavian region.

This is part of the Federation’s ongoing expansion plans to provide its members with a quality local service, and to improve member and training centre recruitment in the region.

IPAF representatives are responsible for promoting the safe and effective use of powered access in their regions. This includes liaising with government and industry organisations, recruiting new IPAF members and training centres, promoting IPAF’s safety initiatives and training programmes within the mobile elevating work platform and mast climbing work platform industry, as well as developing and managing stakeholder relationships and contacts.

“The recruitment of representatives in Turkey and the Nordic region is part of IPAF’s five-year plan to better serve our growing membership in these regions,” said IPAF CEO Tim Whiteman.

For more details and full job descriptions, visit www.ipaf.org/jobs

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